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RE: Alaska USGS MCE lookup?

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> I was hoping for a lookup deal similar to the thing the have for the
> other states where you put in the lat and long and it craps out the Ss and
> S1.  There was a seminar up here last week and the speaker indicated there
> was a lookup thing on the USGS website.  Someone just told me you can
> purchase a cd that does it to.   I was dinking around with the maps
> already but this takes more thought.

There is. I (yes, even _I_) have used it myself.

Root around a bit on the website you were given.

It is there to be snatched, Grasshopper.


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